Lawmakers are looking to work with the tech industry to stop a nuisance for millions of Americans: robocalls. Robocalls, automated calls that use a computerized system to deliver pre-recorded messages or to connect a call to everyday Americans, are a problem for many, but especially the elderly,
The terror attacks of Sept. 11 are still taking a toll nearly 17 years later. Those exposed to toxins and debris in Lower Manhattan are reporting “increasing numbers and types of illnesses,” the special master for the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund said Thursday in a new report. To date the fund
First lady Melania Trump officially unveiled her "Be Best" children-focused policy platform in the White House Rose Garden Monday, with President Donald Trump watching and applauding from the audience. “As a mother and as First Lady, it concerns me that in today’s fast-paced and ever-connected
The alleged "face" of unwanted robocalls testified Wednesday that the technology to start a large autodial campaign is easy to use and can be set up by "anyone" from a home office. "There is available open source software that can be misused by someone to make thousands of automated calls with the
"I'm not the kingpin of robocalling that has been alleged," said Adrian Abramovich, the former president of Marketing Strategy Leaders.
Challenging him today on the company's handling of the Cambridge analytic a scandal the alleged misuse of some 87 million users private information. Including as we learned today his own with no data included in the data soul to the malicious third parties. Your personal data yes. Several lawmakers
It's Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Here are some of the stories we're talking about on ABC News' new daily podcast, " Start Here ." 1. Checking in on Cohen The president has signaled his disdain for federal investigators before. But rarely have we seen him as angry as Monday, when he learned that
The popular video-sharing platform has come under fire for reportedly sharing data it collects on children younger than 13 with advertisers.
Here's a news feed item that Facebook users may respond to with an angry emoji. The social media giant is expected today to begin notifying up to 87 million users whose personal information was accessed by a political consultancy that worked for Donald Trump's presidential campaign. Facebook plans